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      Boosting Mx-p

      Hi. Has anyone boosted the mx-p before?. How does it feel and play? Would you recommend to boost this rubber?

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      If you're not a pro or a semi-pro I don't think you need to boost the MX-P - it's already very fast (and as it seems to me from the smell when new - it may be preboosted). So I wouldn't do it

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      Quote Originally Posted by pingpongmaster20162106 View Post
      Hi. Has anyone boosted the mx-p before?. How does it feel and play? Would you recommend to boost this rubber?
      I agree that boosting MX-P should not be necessary for spin and speed.

      If it´s just too hard and you´d like it softer, you might want to take a look at EL-S. It´s not just a soft MX-P, but it is what many people wished for when they thought MX-P was too hard.

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      Quote Originally Posted by v100ev View Post
      If you're not a pro or a semi-pro I don't think you need to boost the MX-P - it's already very fast (and as it seems to me from the smell when new - it may be preboosted). So I wouldn't do it
      The point of boosting Evo rubbers (at least for me) is that once factory tuning wears out, you boost to make it great again

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      Also if you remove it from a blade It shrinks. You need to boost it to get it to fit again if you want to reattach it.

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      I have boosted exactly one sheet of MX-P. Made rubber a little juicier and softer feel. Pretty nice rubber re-tuned.

      Having said that, it is too much trouble for me to take off rubbers, tune, wait, and reglue them on.

      I can play with MX-P for 300 hours of play before I gotta take it off, that is one seriously long time. MX-P will perform just fine after factory tuning wears off.
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      Depends on level. I say yes!! Everything gets better and the click is really loud. Put 2 big layers!

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      I played with the Mx-p for about 3 months+ now. It shrunk after the rubber was removed from the blade so I wanted to boost it. I heared boosting the Mx-p will give it more control so I am more tempted to boost to soften the sponge and to increase the spin and speed of this great rubber

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      Quote Originally Posted by pingpongmaster20162106 View Post
      I played with the Mx-p for about 3 months+ now. It shrunk after the rubber was removed from the blade so I wanted to boost it. I heared boosting the Mx-p will give it more control so I am more tempted to boost to soften the sponge and to increase the spin and speed of this great rubber
      It will definitely allow you to use the rubber a lot longer. Try it.

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      Need boost after 4/6 weeks and make great again

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